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AS ANALYSTS dialled in from across the United States to get the lowdown on Apple's latest blockbuster results on Tuesday, the unspoken question on everyone's mind was the latest health threat to Steve Jobs, who only the day before announced he would take his third round of medical leave since being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2004.
WHEN the smart phone wars come, which side will you be on? Personally, I love my iPhone with a slightly unseemly passion.
COMPUTER and gadget firm Apple is preparing to open its first store in Edinburgh.
FINNISH mobile phone giant Nokia yesterday revealed it has bought US mobile analytics company Motally as it continues its battle with rival Apple.
THE Apple iPad is already tipped to be the best-selling gadget this Christmas, according to the UK's largest electrical retailer.
CONSUMER technology giant Apple has smashed Wall Street expectations after profits surged on strong demand for new products including the iPad.
LONG novels with intricate plots may not survive in their current form as reading habits change in the electronic age, a leading academic has warned.
WANT to walk 500 miles and walk 500 more? Then there's an app for that.
A NEW way for constituents to contact their MP was launched today with an iPhone app specially developed to promote digital democracy.
Apple said today that it sold more than 1.7 million units of its new iPhone model in the first three days, making it the most successful product launch in the company's history.
IT IS the most sophisticated mobile phone yet, boasts the clearest display and unsurprisingly prompted thousands to queue overnight to get their hands on one.
IT IS not exactly what you would expect to be served up with a bowl of noodles.
APPLE launched its energy-saving Mac Mini computer in the UK yesterday as the manufacturer aims to boost its environmental credentials.
IT DOESN'T take a detective to follow Ian Rankin around Edinburgh but those who need a helping hand will soon be able to follow him on their phone.
It's got a 9.7in LED backlit display with a full multi-touch interface. You can browse the internet, check your emails, watch movies, and download thousands of Apps. Of course I'm talking about the iPad – Apple's latest creation aiming to take the world by storm.
DESPITE critical scepticism and glitches, Scotland went iPad mad yesterday, as tech fans across the country flocked to the shops to get their hands on Apple's latest device when it went on sale in the UK for the first time.
MASSIVE queues formed outside Apple's flagship store today as hundreds vied to get their hands on the latest must-have gadget – the iPad.
FOR decades it has been the underdog in the world of computing, winning a loyal fanbase for its beautifully designed products but lagging behind its arch-rival in terms of cold, hard cash.